Maggie (Maggie) McIntosh (D-43c)

State Delegate Maggie McIntosh

Maggie (Maggie) McIntosh (D-43c)
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Capitol: 301.858.3407
FAX: 410.841.3509
District: 410.323.4052
Delegate
Room 121 Taylor House Office Building 6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
4804 York Road
Baltimore, MD 21212
Residence:Baltimore, MD

Committee Assignments

Bio

Public Service 2011- Chesapeake Bay Commission (2013 - Chair; 2012 - Vice Chair) 2011-2014 Second Vice Chair, Democratic State Central Committee 2011 Task Force on Sustainable Growth and Wastewater Disposal 2008- Agriculture and Energy Committee, National Conference of State Legislatures 2008- Environment Committee, National Conference of State Legislatures 2008, 1980 Elected Delegate, Democratic Party National Convention 2007-2008 Agriculture, Environment and Energy Committee, National Conference of State Legislatures 2006-2007 Transit Funding Study Steering Committee 2005-2007 Environment and Natural Resources Committee, National Conference of State Legislatures 2005-2006 House Co-Chair, Agricultural Stewardship Commission 2004- Board of Trustees, Maryland Historical Trust 2003-2004 Attainment Plan (federal air quality standards) Task Force, Department of the Environment 2003 Acting Chair, Environmental Restoration and Development Task Force 2003 Fine Arts Education Advisory Panel, State Department of Education 1999-2001 Co-Chair, Task Force to Study Modernization of Credit Union Law 1999-2000 Study Commission on Lobbyist Ethics 1995-1996 Governor's Task Force to Reform the State Personnel Management System 1994-1995 Chair, House Democratic Research Group 1994 Governor's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities 1994 Governor's Commission on Welfare Policy Memberships 2005-2015 Board of Directors, Harry R. Hughes Center for Agro-Ecology 2005-2011 Baltimore-Chesapeake Bay Outward Bound Center 2005-2008 Union Memorial Hospital 2005- Maryland Veterans Caucus 2005 Honorary Board Member, AIDSWALK Maryland 2003- Maryland Bicycle and Pedestrian Caucus 2003 Honorary Board Member, Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc. 1996- Maryland Green Caucus 1996-2000 Marion House 1995-2000 Ready at Five 1995-2000 Action in Maturity 1986-1994 Democratic State Central Committee 1976-1987 New Democratic Club 1980 Penn North Charles Planning Council 1976-1979 Greater Homewood Community Corporation Advisory Board, North East Development Alliance (NEDA) Joanna M. Nicolay Melanoma Foundation Former Member, Board of Directors, New Democratic Club Awards 2015- Admiral of the Chesapeake Bay, Governor of Maryland 2013- Chair's Award, The Mautner Project 2013- Legislator of the Year, Maryland League of Conservation Voters 2013 Dr. James R. Miller Award, Maryland Grain Producers Association 2009-2011 Municipal Super Star, Maryland Municipal League 2010, 2000, 1998 Maryland's Top 100 Women, Daily Record, Circle of Excellence 2009 Chester Riverkeeper Award, Chester River Association 2009 Maryland Legislative Champion Award, Chesapeake Bay Foundation 2008 Legislative Advocacy Award, Coalition to End Childhood Lead Poisoning 2008 Distinguished Legislator Award, Maryland Municipal League 2007 Baltimore Power 50, Baltimore Magazine 2007 Rawlings Fellowship, James MacGregor Burns Academy of Leadership 2007, 2004 Legislator of the Year, Chesapeake Bay Foundation 2006 Legislator of the Year, Progressive Maryland 2006 Homeownership Advocate of the Year Award, Department of Housing & Community Development 2003-2006, 1999 Certificate of Appreciation, Maryland Municipal League 2003 Legislator Recognition Award, Maryland Association of Counties 2001 Dorothy Beatty Memorial Award, Women's Law Center of Maryland Biographical Information Born, Quinter, Kansas, December 22, 1947 Independence Junior College, A.A., 1967 Wichita State University, B.A.E., Arts Education, 1970 The Johns Hopkins University, M.S./A.B.S., Concentration in Human and Organizational Resources, Division of Administration and Business, 1987 Administrator and Instructor, Baltimore City Public Schools, 1972-78 Adjunct Instructor of Continuing Education, Catonsville Community College, 1978-79 Community Service Planner and Grants Analyst, Commission on Aging and Retirement Education, Baltimore City, 1979-85 Director of Pre-Retirement Education, Commission on Aging and Retirement Education, Baltimore City, 1985-88 Campaign Manager and State Director for U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski, 1988-92 Associate for Federal Relations, The Johns Hopkins University, 1992-2014 Married to Diane Stollenwerk

Election / Personal Info

First Elected: 1992    Next Election: 2022
Spouse: Diane Stollenwerk   DOB: 12/22/1947
Counties Representing
Baltimore City